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Mar 19, 2012 8:00pm EDT
that a voter is who he or she claims to be. in 2008, the supreme court found that indiana's voter i.d. law was constitutional. and there were many other states that started to pattern their requirements after the indiana law -- texas, south dakota, and others. excuse me, south carolina and others did that. and were stopped by the justice department and challenged by the justice department. if the justice department could do this, what about states under the voting rights act. we now have to the three cases that will make their way to the supreme court. we will see whether states within the purview of the justice department under section 5 of the voting rights act will have their photo id requirements upheld by the courts. look, photo ids are pretty common occurrence in american life. you needed if you are going to buy alcohol or tobacco. you need it for a marriage license, to get on a plane, to check out a library book. having the voting -- the duty of voting require one to show a photo id, as long as it is not burdensome to get that total id, i think, will probably be upheld by the courts
CSPAN
Mar 9, 2012 2:00pm EST
, california, and indiana to name a few. >> thank you, ladies and judgment. it good afternoon. thank you for being here. my name is michael. i want to thank georgetown university law center for hosting this very specially event that we have had and are having here today. hensarling sahlin influential leaders throughout the department of justice -- and for allowing influential leaders throughout the department of justice and other agencies and offices as well as nine different consumer protection groups to gather together under one roof and to talk about critical issues that affect millions of americans all across the country, every day. four weeks ago today, united states attorney general eric holder announced the creation of the consumer protection group, punctuating his commitment to preventing and prosecuting fraud against some of our most vulnerable citizens. during his time as attorney general, he has charged civil attorneys and criminal prosecutors to use all the resources in their arsenal to enhance their enforcement of consumer fraud. these efforts have been met with tremendous s
CSPAN
Mar 26, 2012 10:00am EDT
? >> not here with the experts to answer questions. dan coats is senator from indiana and he writes -- next up is north carolina and this is michael who is an independent. >> thank you so much for allowing your callers to complete what they want to say. i watch "washington journal" and i listen to it every day. you had to cut off a couple of people but that is understandable. thank you for allowing people to say what they want to say. dick cheney does have a heart transplant. who paid for that? he is close to a billionaire. congress is themselves the best health care. we pay 70% of the health-care monthly premiums -- 72%. that is a subsidy of $11,000 per year per congressman. we need to demand that presidents, vice presidents, and congress -- they would fix these problems. if they do not like that, do not run for office. thank you so much. >> on twitter -- next is charleston, mississippi. this is antoine. you're on the air. all right. we'll take our next telephone call. we'll take a shot of people leaving the court as the minister why out after the oral arguments -- as they make their way afte
CSPAN
Mar 23, 2012 10:30pm EDT
ways to meet our transportation needs. the most successful in the country was mitch daniels in indiana. >> what should the house do? >> i hope they will not go home with that. they have had a number of discussions about how to go forward on the transportation bill. we have had enough challenges over here without giving them advice. >> do you think you passed the three-month extension? >> we will certainly do some kind of extension. i will take one more. >> a lot of conservative groups are urging congress [unintelligible] are you concerned that position will prevent -- >> i do not know if it is my hearing are your voice, but i am have a hard time understanding. i think i covered that. we could do that very quickly. we need to schedule it. as i said earlier, we found time to turn to trying to raise the price of gas at the pump. it looks like that could dominate next week when we could have passed this in a day or so. ok. thanks everybody. >> president obama has nominated dartmouth's college president to head the world bank. pauling the announcement, the president is asked about the trayv
CSPAN
Mar 23, 2012 8:00pm EDT
transportation needs and the most successful effort i'm aware of in the country was mitch daniels in indiana, made it impossible for any other governor to do that. >> what didn't -- [inaudible] >> you have to ask the house what they're going to do. they've had a number of discussions about how to go forward on the transportation bill. we had enough challenges other here without giving them advice. >> do you think next week that you'll have to pass the house three-month extension. >> next week what? >> that you'll pass the three-month extension the house has? >> is next week the expiration? we'll do some kind of extension. i'll take one more. >> a lot of conservative groups are urging congress to -- they really -- >> urging congress to what? >> to -- [inaudible] are you concerned the opposition will prevent it -- >> i don't know whether it's my ear or your voice. >> i wonder if you're concerned about the conservative opposition to the x.m. bank is going to prevent it? >> we could do that quickly, the majority leader inside the to schedule it and he found time to turn to -- try to raise price
CSPAN
Mar 23, 2012 2:00pm EDT
transportation needs. and the most successful that i am aware of in the country was mitch daniels in indiana. it made it impossible for any governor to do that. >> [inaudible] >> i hope they will not go along with that. you'll have to ask the house. they have had a number of discussions on how to go forward on the transportation bill. we have enough challenges over here without giving them advice. >> [inaudible] jedd you will pass the extension? >> it is next week the expiration? we will certainly do some kind of extension, yes. i am going to take one more. >> a lot of conservative groups are urging congress -- [inaudible] are you concerned that the opposition -- >> i do not know if it is my hearing or your voice, but i am having a hard time. >> the opposition to the xm bank -- >> i think i covered that. we can do that very quickly. we have to schedule it. i found, as i said earlier, found time to turn to trying to raise the price of gas at the pomp, and it looks like that could end up dominating next week when we could have passed the xm bank probably in a day or so. thank you, everybody. [
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